Praise for Highland Heat:
"Mary Wine brings history to life with major sizzle factor."—Lucy Monroe, USA Today bestselling author of For Duty's Sake
"Dramatic and vivid...Scorching love scenes threaten to set the sheets aflame."—Publishers Weekly Starred Review
She Has Hardly Any Choices Left...
With her clan on the wrong side of the struggle for the Scottish throne, heiress Daphne Macleod, once the toad of the court, is out of options...
And They're All Dangerous...
Norris Sutherland once helped Daphne, but she walked away from him without a backward glance. Now she's in deep trouble and needs him more than ever. But he may be lost forever...unless she can somehow convince him to forgive her.
Praise for To Conquer a Highlander:
"Hot enough to warm even the coldest Scottish nights...With a captivating leading lady and terrific pacing."—Publishers Weekly Starred Review
"Not to be missed."—Lora Leigh, New York Times #1 bestselling author
Wine delivers a steamy fourth installment of her historical Highlander sheet-sizzlers (Highland Heat). In this bodice-busting take on 15th-century arranged-marriage customs in the wilds of northernmost Scotland, Wine opens with a suggestive relationship interruptus. Spunky Daphne MacLeod went willingly to the luxurious bed of powerful Norris Sutherland, heir to the pre-eminent earldom of Sutherland, to make herself a "fallen woman" and escape marriage to a man who loved someone else. Three months later, despite or because of staying in a rigidly run convent, Daphne can't get Norris out of her disturbingly libidinous dreams. Norris is suffering, too; since that rapturous encounter, he's lost interest in the bevy of serving maids ready to satisfy his every need. Though Wine's predictable plot provides only the flimsiest of excuses to delay a climactic Highland marriage, her expertise at vicarious titillation allows the lovers plenty of opportunity to exercise feverish imaginations.